Thesaurus / cobble
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These were days that more than any hitherto enhanced for Michael the reverence he felt for the household of Cobble Place.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
He seized the cobble with both hands, and being a remarkably powerful man, with one effort hurled it into the stream.
It swung from side to side like a fire steamer tearing over Baltimore cobble stones.
As we enter the quiet courtyard paved with cobble stones, the spirit of olden days comes over us.
ENGLISH VILLAGESP. H. DITCHFIELD
The Americans started to cross from Cobble hill, on the ice.
Rushing rivers of muddy water roared over its cobble stones and leaped down its steep hills into the yellow tide of the James.
THE VICTIMTHOMAS DIXON
We found the road very rough on account of loose rocks and cobble stones.
Lastly, if a cobble be wanting, the Mason-bee will establish her nest on any sort of stone, on a mile-stone or a boundary-wall.
THE MASON-BEESJ. HENRI FABRE
The streets are roughly paved with cobble stones and lighted with gas or electricity.
The evening went the calm course of countless evenings at Cobble Place.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE

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